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Itchy and bumpy rashes that come and go

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My son recently has itchy bumpy rashes on face, elbows, arms, that come and go. What could it be?
Welcome to HCM Most likely to be allergic Could be a viral infection… You need to see a Dermatologist to have him examined… Prognosis is generally excellent in such situations… Regards
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